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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by whiskey View Post
    Go to Silencer Talk.
    under "Industry" section, go to AAC.
    The thread is titled "Tattoo Artwork"

    page 1 has the details. Call AAC personally, I did.
    This is all over the 'net. It's legally binding.
    Won't let me logon because I am not a member. I have no desire to join another internet forum. I doubt that anything posted on the " 'net" is leglally binding". I don't doubt the offer. I am sure there are many specifics though that don't make this a great deal.
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  3. #12
    wolfhunter Guest
    Little specifics of the deal can make it a killer. One phrase like "tat must be 6" in its smallest dimension"....

    Besides, how much does a tat cost? I'll buy my own suppressor before I give away a lifetime of "advertising space".

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Little specifics of the deal can make it a killer. One phrase like "tat must be 6" in its smallest dimension"....

    Besides, how much does a tat cost? I'll buy my own suppressor before I give away a lifetime of "advertising space".
    I have a feeling this is one of the worst "deals" I've ever heard of.
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good"
    -- George Washington

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Little specifics of the deal can make it a killer. One phrase like "tat must be 6" in its smallest dimension"....

    Besides, how much does a tat cost? I'll buy my own suppressor before I give away a lifetime of "advertising space".
    Assuming the tattoo is at least 6 x 6 inches (a low figure), they're asking people to sell off a 36 sq inch piece of skin estate. Estimating the value of a silencer rather high at $1000, that works out to about $27 per sq inch. Apparently, some people have a fairly low price.

    This is probably a good idea for people who are into tattoos to begin with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toreskha View Post
    Assuming the tattoo is at least 6 x 6 inches (a low figure), they're asking people to sell off a 36 sq inch piece of skin estate. Estimating the value of a silencer rather high at $1000, that works out to about $27 per sq inch. Apparently, some people have a fairly low price.

    This is probably a good idea for people who are into tattoos to begin with.
    You forgot to deduct for the price of the tatoo. A good one at that size is going to cost you a couple of hundred lets say...so now it's $800...$22/sq inch...I think. I am not that good at math.
    Last edited by {TEX}Hawaii((; 03-02-2009 at 06:02 PM.
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    Offer ended early!

    Due to overwhelming response , the offer has ended early.
    Legalize Freedom!

    building an AR on my blog

  8. #17
    wolfhunter Guest
    To quote my favorite SciFi author, "TANSTAAFL - There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Little specifics of the deal can make it a killer. One phrase like "tat must be 6" in its smallest dimension"....

    Besides, how much does a tat cost? I'll buy my own suppressor before I give away a lifetime of "advertising space".
    It sounded too good to be true. It wasn't.

    I saved up $1000 to buy an AAC Evo40 ($800cost + $200 tax stamp)

    I WAS going to get a $200 tat + $200 tax stamp, keeping 600 and getting a new gun.

    Guess I'll hafta spend my G. ( a little sad )
    Legalize Freedom!

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